Jeremy P. Kelley, Dayton Daily News |
Dayton’s school board voted unanimously Tuesday to extend the contract of Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli for another two years, through July 2023, with little comment from the board.
Lolli has led the district since November 2017 — first as acting superintendent when Rhonda Corr was put on leave, then formally after she was given a three-year contract in March 2018.
The new contract will make Lolli the first superintendent locally with an annual base salary more than $200,000 per year, at $205,000 plus several significant perks, including a $35,000 annuity. Her existing three-year contact had a base salary of $175,000 annually.